What if you could create compliance training that learners actually cared about? Use a worst case scenario to show the “why” behind the rules.
In instructional design, we have both broad and deep skills. We have broad skills across a range of domains, plus a few deep skills as specialties.
I’ve created dozens of courses during my career. These two projects stick out as some of the best and worst ID projects I’ve done.
Alexander Salas interviewed me on Off the Cuff about scenario-based learning. Listen to us chat about types of scenarios for learning, how to use them, and more.
TalentLMS asked me and 10 other folks in the learning and development world for tips for improving workplace training and elearning.
Listen to my conversation with Keith Quinn of the SSSC (Scottish Social Services Council). We discussed engaging learners, technology, and much more!
Instructional design and elearning development work can be done remotely. How do you find remote instructional design jobs?
Rance Greene’s new book, Instructional Story Design: Develop Stories that Train, provides a systematic process for creating stories for training.
Listen to the recording to learn why scenario-based learning engages participants, including how to “hook” learners and draw them into the story.
When creating scenario-based learning, consider 4 Cs: characters, context, challenge, and consequences.